Chris Koehn

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Folk - Rock | Mexico City, Mexico
Total Song Plays: 1   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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After having experienced the death of his brother, Chris Koehn architect and musician, enters the musical composition as part of an introspective process. At the same time he is invited to write a song for the soundtrack of the movie: La Ultima y Nos vamos recorded at Honky Tonk Studios. He begins the composition and musical exploration process, with his band performing at The Imperial Forums, Bataclán and El Lunario. Years after, he starts his solo project signing with Indie Label : Noiselab Records.

Songs for Yoshimi self-produced by Chris, mixed and mastered at Noiselab Records, experiences the different music production possibilities learned from Phil Vinall. It retakes the acoustic sound of his strongest influences accompanied by harmonics, atmospheric vocals and cello. His melanchollic/ dark lyrics question our existence in life.

Latest News

The official presentation of the physical EP, printed on certified paper (FSC) accompanied by the release of his first video "Tears of Recognition" was held on 23 January at El Imperial. An acoustic set with harmonica, percussions: Pichon Gallardo (Satin Dolls, Love the Femme, Shenan); cello: Billy Olivo (Carla Morrison) and vocals Karen Ruiz (Ha+ciendo el mal, Songs for Eleanor).